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Seeking Tax and Regulation Changes

Proposed legislation in Congress would reduce the tax rate for barrels of beer sold out of breweries and would assist places like 42 North Brewing Company. 

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Bakery to Reuse Riley House
Updated: February 11, 2016 - 2:25 pm

Elm Street Bakery will reuse historic home on Elm Street for private functions. 

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Moog Business Legacy Grows in Elma
Updated: February 05, 2016 - 2:42 pm

An overview of Moog's history and its current business operations. 

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Anniversary Leads to Gifts at Flowers by Nature Floral Shop
Updated: February 05, 2016 - 3:00 pm

The floral shop is looking to thank its customers with a series of giveaways over the next week. 

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Thursday 02/11/2016
Bakery to Reuse Riley House
Updated: February 11, 2016 - 2:25 pm

Elm Street Bakery will reuse historic home on Elm Street for private functions. 

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Friday 02/05/2016
Moog Business Legacy Grows in Elma
Updated: February 05, 2016 - 2:42 pm

An overview of Moog's history and its current business operations. 

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Anniversary Leads to Gifts at Flowers by Nature Floral Shop
Updated: February 05, 2016 - 3:00 pm

The floral shop is looking to thank its customers with a series of giveaways over the next week. 

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Monday 12/21/2015
Tuning In to Buffalo’s History
Updated: December 21, 2015 - 9:50 am

Bob and Terri Skurzewski have been patiently waiting to pursue their passion – writing. But now that the two Elma residents have retired, that’s just what they plan to do. That, and hopefully sign a few copies of their new re-release Friday, Dec. 11 at Dog Ears Bookstore & Café on Abbott Road in Buffalo from 5 to 8 p.m.

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Historic House in East Aurora Saved From Wrecking Ball

The news came just before Christmas in 1963: A wrecking ball was taking aim at the former Main Street home of Brig. General Aaron Riley, one of East Aurora’s most influential citizens. The stately early 19th Century house, located at 635 Main St., adjacent to Blazing Star Lodge #694’s Masonic Temple, was slated to come down to make room for 20th Century progress: an automobile service station.

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A Season of Expectations Begins

For the last few seasons, Coach Gary Schutrum has done what he could to keep his successful Lady Blue Devils basketball team flying under the proverbial radar. No big write ups in the larger local papers, no grand predictions of league titles or championship runs and always approaching each game knowing that his team’s opponents will be out to get them.

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Underdog Story Comes to a Close

After beating an undefeated team last week, the number 10 seed Iroquois varsity girls volleyball team lost to Honeyoye Falls-Lima in a bid to reach the state finals.

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Here's an interactive map displaying the many places around the world the East Aurora Advertiser has traveled with readers. 

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